Arts & Crafts Homes and the Revival grew out of Old-House Interiors magazine, founded in 1995. The quarterly magazine covers contemporary practitioners as well as the historical antecedents of the continuing Arts & Crafts movement.
Browse an eye-opening list of specialist products and manufacturers to beautify the hearth (and discreetly distribute heat), all suitable for bungalows, Craftsman-era homes, and those of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
This Expo is a comprehensive list of contemporary sources for wallcoverings, paint and specialty finishes, paneling and wainscot. These materials are suitable for Bungalows and Craftsman houses, for Tudors, Spanish Revival and California homes, and for new buildings of the Arts & Crafts Revival.
Pewabic Pottery is one of three historic Arts & Crafts era potteries still in existence today. Founded in 1903 by Mary Chase Perry Stratton, Pewabic is nationally renowned for its handmade ceramic tile and vases in unique glazes.